[Translators-l] Reminder on the urgent Jimmy ATTN zh, mk and sv translators
whym at livedoor.com
Sun Dec 19 05:35:23 UTC 2010
Thank you! For Japanese, it looks good now. With a quick search on
twitter, I can see the word 緊急 (urgent) is raising attentions of
Japanese-speaking donors :)
On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 1:40 PM, James Alexander
<jalexander at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Hey Whym!
> Sorry for the slow response I updated the published banner translations a couple hours ago shortly after your email and so should be good! I do However need some help if possible from anyone:
> Sv and mk were published but don't have banner translations (this isn't your fault I added it late you probably translated before I did)
> The 2 published zh translations (zh-hant and zh-hans) have it separated into only 2 lines. It would be much better because of banner size to have it on 3 lines. If this is necessary because if of the language I'll create a special banner but if someone could help me on where to break that 2nd line that would be great!
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Dec 18, 2010, at 8:25 PM, whym <whym at livedoor.com> wrote:
>> I noticed on some wikis, the prepared translations of "Please read: An
>> urgent appeal ..." is unused in the centralnotice, showing the
>> original English text.
>> I confirmed (at least) 'ja', 'zh-hant' and 'zh-hans' have this
>> problem. Only the banner text is shown in English, the button and the
>> letter are localized. Purging the cache doesn't change the situation.
>> Could you fix it?
>> We'd be happy to get all the prepared translations to appear.
>> On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 2:33 PM, Philippe Beaudette
>> <pbeaudette at wikimedia.org> wrote:
>>> Just a gentle reminder: we have an appeal from Jimmy up
>>> at http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fundraising_2010/Translation . This one
>>> will be pushed out to all wikis, so we really need it localized as much as
>>> possible, please... any help you can give is gratefully appreciated.
>>> Philippe Beaudette
>>> Head of Reader Relations
>>> Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
>>> pbeaudette at wikimedia.org
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